This Week’s Best-Dressed Stars: Jean Danker, Zhang Zetong, Vasantham Star Magalakshmi Sudarsanan & More
The most stylish celeb OOTDs of the week.
December is always an exciting time when it comes to celebrity fashion, with the party season and festivities in full swing. This week, Jean Danker dressed up like Barbie, while Tay Ying looked red hot. Elsewhere at Mediacorp awards show Pradhana Vizha 2022, Vasantham star Magalakshmi Sudarsanan as well as Kiki Lim wowed in their stunning sarees. Keep scrolling for more of our favourite looks this week.
We can always count on Fiona to serve the most unexpected looks. Attending a Johnnie Walker event this week, the actress wore a Versace cocoon bomber jacket that juxtaposed her figure-hugging black dress. Those puffy sleeves look very comfy to lie on.
Mysterious, seductive and ultra cool, Carrie went for the classic black and gold colour combo for a Cartier shoot this week.
Clad in head-to-toe pink, Jean revealed on Instagram that her unapologetically sweet and adorable look was inspired by Pink & Pretty Barbie from the ’80s. We definitely see the resemblence.
Looks like Lawrence is all set for the festive season. The shiny embellishments on his Gucci blazer turn his look from preppy to party-ready.
Fann’s cobalt COS corduroy suit and white tee is proof that power dressing can look fun when you pick the right colours. And also how cute is the rabbit tee on director Freddy Tang. Yes, that's the rabbit character (it's illustrated by Fann) that is featured on the packaging of Fann's bakes, as well as in her children's book.
Desmond’s anniversary trip with his wife to Italy may have gotten off to a rocky start — his backpack was stolen on the train — but that isn’t going to dampen his vacation or mood to dress up. Case in point: this oppa-worthy get-up he donned in Milan.
In a departure from her usual dramatic red carpet looks, Suthasini, who bagged the Most Popular Female Personality Award at Vasantham’s Pradhana Vizha, opted for something more understated, but no less glam, for the second night of the awards show. Her slick high ponytail completed her look.
Looking gorgeous was Pradhana Vizha host Magalakshmi in a dreamy sari which was compared to the Vanda Miss Joaquim. We especially love the cascading design which made her look extra dramatic and feminine.
Decked in a salmon kerta by Bridalmantra, Das’ 'fit earned him plenty of "handsome" comments. And we totally agree.
Kiki, who was Das' plus one, looked stunning in an ornate sari.
Yvonne swapped her usual casual togs for this edgy rock chick look of studded biker jacket, leather-like tights and boots. We like.
Also looking edgy in black was Sonia, who dripped attitude in a sleek cutout look. We've got our eye on that chain lanyard with her mobile phone case.
Zhai Siming, Herman Keh, Ayden Sng, Tyler Ten and Zhang Zetong
The guys, who were suited and blinged up, looked all sorts of dapper at the Bvlgari pop-up at ION.
This is arguably one of the hottest looks we’ve seen on Tay Ying. And she's killin' it in the scarlet PVC matching set.
Also in the mood for red — and looking very festive — was Tanya, though we couldn't help but notice that her outfit was the same hue as the plastic stools in the background.
Ye Jiayun and Sheryl Ang
How cute are the Star Search 2019 finalists in polar opposite looks at the Shilla Duty Free event? Jiayun, with her braids and Coach velvet blue frock, looked like a doll, while Sheryl went for a darker, edgier vibe in Michael Kors.
With the raw hems and tattered pockets, Bonnie’s slate grey and white ensemble might look like a DIY piece fashioned from men’s business pants, but at least the actress pulled it off with confidence.
Was Tasha's OOTD inspired by Barbie too? The Daisy Duke look is kinda cute, but the denim legwarmers? Not so much.
The myriad of colours and tropical prints combine to make Azura’s OOTD a chic, mood lifting one. Just what we need for our upcoming vacay.
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